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remanded

[ ri-man-did ]
/ rɪˈmæn dɪd /
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adjective
sent back or consigned again, as for revision: A remanded proposal that fails to achieve a 60% majority of votes when reconsidered shall be removed from further consideration.
Law.
  1. relating to or being a case sent back to a lower court from which it was appealed: We trust that the facts of the parties' relationship will become clearer during the remanded hearing.
  2. (of a prisoner or accused person) sent back into custody, as to await further proceedings: A remanded person awaiting trial at the city’s central prison has complained of overcrowding and poor sanitation.
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Origin of remanded

OTHER WORDS FROM remanded

un·re·mand·ed, adjective
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